Cubans stand in line to get access to a Ceiba tree, which is ...
Nov 17th, 2009
(Reuters) - Cubans stand in line to get access to a Ceiba tree, which is believed to grant wishes, in Havana, November 16, 2009. Cubans touch the tree while walking around it three times in hope to get three wishes granted by Havana's patron saint San Cristobal. Inhabitants of Havana celebrate the November 16 anniversary of the first mass and first town council of San Cristobal de la Havana since the foundation of the city in 1519. REUTERS/Stringer (CUBA RELIGION ANNIVERSARY) -
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